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Cellucor Presents: Top Fitness Bloggers of 2018

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At Cellucor, we're committed to helping everyone along their fitness journey.

But we're not the only ones who've made this significant commitment. 

We've rounded up a list of the top fitness bloggers from across the nation - from cardio to bodybuilding to weight loss - and highlighted the best of the best to share with Cellucor Nation.

We'll feature the full list below:

1) Chris Ryan Fitness

Chris Ryan is one of the nations most sought after fitness experts. As a former Division I athlete, Chris embodies the athletic mindset to unleash the inner athlete for all of his clients and LOVES to bring out the best version of people through fitness.

He was selected as one of America's top 10 trainers by NBC and Sylvester Stallone to be a trainer on their hit show, STRONG. He has appeared in the pages or on the covers for countless magazines and regularly contributes as a fitness expert/author as well ranging from Men's Fitness, Men's Health, Men's Journal, GQ, Women's Health, Shape Magazine, and Cosmopolitan. He regularly consults with the top brands in fitness and fashion as a go-to fitness expert with a vast array of projects from helping Ralph Lauren relaunch their Polo Sports brand with their Polo Tech shirt to working alongside some of the top brands in fitness: from Under Armour, Nike, and Reebok.

He lives in New York City, with his wife, Denise, and their son, Achilles, and daughter, Athena.

2) Fit, Strong, Sexy

Essentially, FSS was born to make fitness accessible by everyone, but in a way that raises the standard on what 'fitness means'. True fitness is not about harsh dieting or rules, rather true fitness is freedom. Unlike a lot of female fitness sites, I don't preach a diet of kale and no carbs, but rather I admit that I drink wine, eat cake, workout too hard sometimes and not enough others, but THIS to me is 'my balance' and it's truly living and enjoying all that life has to offer. Finding fitness involves experimenting and finding what works for you.

FSS provides everything you need from workout videos to tips, tricks and recipes, ALL in a fun,y no-nonsense and often highly sassy way ;) My YouTube channel has actually been awarded by YouTube and is now a case study in the YouTube Creator Academy.

3) Shrinkinguy Fitness offers useful tips for healthy living, weight loss, and exercise. At age 49, Tim was facing increasing obesity and health-related problems and decided to do something about it. Over a period of 10 months, he lost 75 pounds and has managed to maintain a healthy lifestyle for several years. This blog is his way of helping others who might be in a similar circumstance and need the help to get serious about their health. One thing he feels passionately about is how strength training specifically can help slow down the aging process and lend more life to your later years.

4) Strength Running

Strength Running is an award-winning blog written by USATF-certified coach and 2:39 marathoner Jason Fitzgerald. Jason also hosts the Runner's World-recommended Strength Running Podcast with guests like Shalane Flanagan, Dathan Ritzenhein, Bart Yasso, and other best-selling authors, sports psychologists, and coaches. You might have read his work in Competitor Magazine, the Washington Post, Health Magazine, Forbes, and other major media.

5) Kayla in the City

Kayla in the City was created by yoga teacher and fitness-junkie Kayla Kleinman as a way to share her fitness journey back in 2011. Since then it has evolved into a wellness blog all about living your best life through fitness, wellness, and self-improvement. Kayla believes in a well-rounded approach to wellness and that being healthy is about more than eating kale and going to the gym.

6) The Picky Eater

Anjali Shah is a food writer, board certified health coach, mom, and owner of The Picky Eater, a healthy food and lifestyle blog. Her work has been featured on, Women' s Health, Cooking Light, Reader's Digest, CNN, Food Network, Glamour, Ladies' Home Journal, Whole Foods, SHAPE, and at Kaiser Permanente. Anjali grew up a “whole wheat” girl but married a “white bread” kind of guy. Hoping to prove that nutritious food could, in fact, be delicious and desirable, she taught herself how to cook and successfully transformed her husband’s eating habits from a diet of frozen pizzas and Taco Bell to her healthy, yet flavorful recipes made with simple, wholesome ingredients. Through her blog, The Picky Eater, Anjali shares her passion for tasty, healthy cooking.

7) Body Rebooted

Christina's passion is helping others achieve a balance between fitness, family, and wellness. She is a celebrity trainer for DDP Yoga and has worked with men and women in the fields of nutrition, personal training, and pre/postnatal fitness. She is also the author of the Healthy & Free Cookbook and 30 Days To A New You and the blogger behind where she posts home workout videos, gluten-free recipes, giveaways and healthy living talk. Her favorite job in the whole world though is being mommy to 2 adorable kids.

8) Happy Fit Mama

Happy Fit Mama is a blog that focuses on running, fitness and healthy eating for the whole family. Join Angela in her journey of running a happy, fit life.

9) Jill Will Run

Jill is a long distance runner, a mother, a telecommuting web worker, a lover of health and fitness, trying to balance everything in a frantic world. She is certified as an RRCA running coach and has coached many runners as part of the Team Challenge program. She has completed race distances from 5K to a marathon and hopes to one day run an ultramarathon. She has also battled an eating disorder and hopes to spread a message of health/wellness that isn't fixated on body image or shape.

10) Ross Training

Operated by professional boxing coach Ross Enamait, the RossTraining blog is dedicated to physical development for athletes with an emphasis on low-tech training solutions that do not require expensive equipment or facilities.

11) Lauren Roxburgh

One of the most sought-after alignments, fascia, and movement specialists on the planet, Lauren Roxburgh (Lo Rox), dubbed the BODY WHISPERER, is the author of the best-selling book Taller, Slimmer, Younger. Lo is trained in a wide variety of healing modalities ranging from Structural Integration, Pilates, Reiki, and yoga. Lo’s method helps empower your entire being by aligning and reshaping your body and ultimately your life. She does this by helping remove blockages in both the physical body and the emotional self, while also sculpting and slimming thick dense and congested areas. Her method will help you learn a new way of caring for your self by releasing stress and fears, breathing deeper, banishing tension and pain, strengthening your core and intrinsic muscles, rejuvenating your pelvic floor, and helping you expand and grow into your best self.


Kasey is a Certified Personal Trainer, owner of True To You Fitness, Author, Speaker, & the creator and voice behind the POWERCAKES blog and website since 2010. Kasey's mom (also a Personal Trainer) used to hide protein in pancakes when she was a young picky eater which their family called "powercakes". The nickname stuck and there was no looking back when it came to naming her blog. Kasey prides herself on teaching the importance of everyone finding their own balance in life and is on a mission to help empower the youth & help women love their bodies while finding inspiration through fitness and food.

13) PFIT Blog

Steve and Bonnie Pfiester, of, bring a refreshingly honest and relatable approach to maintaining a healthy lifestyle through “pfitness, pfood, and pfaith”. Steve and Bonnie are the first to share their own personal struggles, workouts, recipes, experiences, and victories in order to help others. If you are looking for genuine, applicable motivation, you will get it daily if you follow the Pfiester’s blog and social feeds. Whether you are looking for a new workout or you just need some encouragement, will inspire you to be the best you possible – and get ‘PFIT’!

14) Carrots 'N' Cake

Carrots 'N' Cake is where I share my love of food, staying fit, and living a healthy life. While I try to pack the most nutrients possible into each meal, I have a number of favorite foods that are not necessarily 'healthy,' but are still delicious and fun to eat (hello, cake). If eaten in moderation, I believe that the 'bad' foods can be part of a well-balanced diet and so Carrots 'N' Cake was born!

15) Run To The Finish

Amanda Brooks is an eight-time marathon finisher and longtime runner, who loves sharing detailed tips and tricks to keep us all running not just injury free, but happy. Thinking running isn't for you? Here joy might just change your mind.

16) Fitful Focus

Nicole is a freelance creative director for advertising agencies. By day, at least. By early morning, evening, & any free time in between, she’s a NASM certified personal trainer who blogs over at There, she shares her adventures with food & fitness, creating allergy-friendly recipes & sweat-drenching workouts, & shares tips for how to get fit, keep your tummy full & stay focused on leading a happy, healthy life.

17) Fit Father Project

Fit Father Project is a men's health, fitness, and lifestyle brand that offers information, resources, and programs especially useful for busy father's and men over 40. The main principles their information is based on includes mindset, sleep, hydration, healthy eating, physical activity, formal exercise and stress management.

Fit Father Project was founded by Dr. Anthony Balduzzi, who, at the age of 10, watched his own father get sick and eventually die at the young age of 42 years, from brain cancer. Following this event, Dr. Anthony made it his life's work to learn everything he could about health and fitness and to share that knowledge in the hope that other children would not go through the same experience.

Fit Father Project currently has over 250 articles on their website, along with over 120 videos on their YouTube channel. They have free resources available for meal plans, weight loss workouts, and muscle building workouts, as well as complete programs for weight loss, muscle building, and flexibility.

18) The Nutrition Twins

The twins are entrepreneurs who team up with health-oriented brands to develop partnerships while serving as spokespeople, engaging in media and message sharing, and blogging. The duo motivates and empowers people by giving them the tools to take charge of their health and lose weight in order to live longer, healthier, and happier lives. These tools include individual consultations, online programs, and books, as well as tips via social media and television appearances.

Tammy and Lyssie have been passionate about nutrition since early in their lives. They are Cum Laude graduates of the University of Maryland and received their post-graduate dietetic internships at Emory University and Meredith College. They are ACE-certified personal trainers and are members of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics as well as active members of the following Dietetic Practice Groups: Sports, Cardiovascular, and Wellness Nutrition (SCAN), Dietitians in Integrative and Functional Medicine DPG (DIFM), and Nutrition Entrepreneurs (NE). The twins are also members of The New York State Dietetic Association.

For the Nutrition Twins, inspiring healthy habits isn’t just a job, it’s a heartfelt calling. The twins love what they do, and their passion is palpable to all who meet them. The twins are on a dedicated mission to help make the world a healthier and happier place—one person at a time.

19) Sara Haley

Sara Haley is a simple Midwesterner at heart. Along with her fitness journey, Sara became a prenatal and postnatal exercise specialist. Little did she know, she had found her niche. When she became pregnant with her oldest son, Landon, Sara noticed that there weren’t any pregnancy workouts that were designed to be challenging, safe and inspiring, so she created a prenatal exercise DVD program that includes 6 workouts and a calendar to guide women through all three trimesters.

20) Run. Eat. Snap.

Jill is a Registered Dietitian, an avid runner, and a health & fitness blogger. RunEatSnap is a combination of running (Run), nutrition (Eat), and photography (Snap).

21) Rachael Devaux

Rachael's Good Eat's is a nutrition and fitness blog written by a registered dietitian and personal trainer, Rachael DeVaux. Rachael’s blog is filled with healthy recipes, nutrition and wellness tips, her journey around becoming a personal trainer, and workout ideas. Her goal is to give people the tools they need in order to build healthy habits and ultimately live a balanced lifestyle. Creating a positive environment around food, learning to think about ingredients and where they come from, and being mindful that every individual is different are just a few of the topics she encourages through her page.

22) Lunging Through Life

Lunging through Life focuses on fitting healthy living into life while balancing being a mom to two children. Heather demonstrates how to stay consistent, as well as sharing new workouts to challenge her readers. Thirty-minute workouts are her favorite, so you can be sure you’re getting in and out of the gym quickly!

23) Fit Girl's Diary

Monica May is a personal trainer, certified nutritionist, and writer. Monica runs Fit Girl’s Diary, a blog about health and fitness, where she passes on her fitness hacks, secrets, and stories. Through the years, Monica has changed the life of many girls by helping them get fit, healthy and achieve their full potential. Starting from full body workout programs, to personalized diet plans, Monica has built up a generator for fitness, weight loss and muscle building. On her website, you can find workout plans, exercises, cooking guides, recipes, fitness tips and almost everything you need to know to finally change your life.

Date January 15, 2018
Category Training